It looks like limits and rules mean nothing if a sportsman has a strong will and a great desire to achieve success in bodybuilding. Almost every popular sportsman has an incredible story of fighting against disease or obstacles to reach bodybuilding goals.
Isaiah Griffin is a young man whose chest and back are covered with massive scars. Those scars are reminders of quite a painful situation that happened in the life of a sportsman. However, unlike many people, Isaiah thinks that those scars are more than just reminders about his pain. They are also symbols of his strength and power.
Bodybuilding is a great passion in the life of a young man. He dedicates a lot of time to build a great physique and he looks simply impressive. Isaiah has a strong and proportional body and his results are becoming better month after a month.
However, even having great genetics and ability to work insanely hard, Isaiah still can’t improve one thing – his scars. There are some coaches and sports experts who tell the man he has no chances to build a successful career having scars. However, there’s a great number of people who support the sportsman and admire his being goal-oriented and ambitious.
Isaiah tells that he understands that having an even and cared skin is important for a bodybuilder. It helps the sportsmen to look more attractive and impressive while standing on the stage. However, not the skin that plays the main role in getting a victory, but the muscles.
Scars of Isaiah can’t stop him from training and making his muscles as massive and shredded as muscles of the world’s best bodybuilders are. So, why do so many people say that there are no chances to build a successful bodybuilding career because of scars only? Isaiah sees no point in that.
The young man has just started his career. However, he truly believes that his attitude can bring some important changes to the sport. He believes that his example can be inspirational. Moreover, he thinks it’s very important to make the sport fairer, making people pay more attention to what is really important for a bodybuilder, not to the general image of a sportsman.